say the fbi involved in the investigation. >> fascinating story, though that's still developing. let's get to carl who's on the floor. carl? >> thank you very much, melissa. fresh from the opening bell we want to we will comb amy, executive producer of the annual macy's thanksgiving day parade, celebrating its 86th year televised tomorrow on nbc from 9 a.m. eastern until noon. also a man who needs no introduction. i've been told it's santa, not mr. claus, just santa. >> we're all on a first name basis. >> we're going down sixth avenue, wide, straight street. parades love to go straight, not make a lot of turns. the sidewalks are wider so more people can see it. more people can see santa. >> 3 million people watching in town, 50 million on television. new floats, elf on the shelf, hello kitty, papa smurf. >> brand new balloons. and the artist cause is bringing to bring his alter ego to life. >> obviously, new york's been through a lot the past few weeks. did sandy alter preps? >> our parade studio is in new jersey in a town that was deeply affected. we couldn't get in for three days.